Question about Casio Desktop Calculator - DJ-220D

The thousands seprator (at the top) is after 3 digits and then after 2, i.e. 10'00'000

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Fx-82es how we seperate digits with the help of

Yes,it's possible to program the Fx-82es to separate the digits with the help of comma.

PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTION CAREFULLY.

If you make a mistake then please turn the calculator off and start over again.

====

Turn the calculator on.

GO TO Display setup screen

Disp 1

You will has two options

1 for DOT (that's not what you want)

2 for Comma (please press 2 and enter/triangle pointing to the right)

Please let me know are you able to get to setup mode and make the comma change on reply.

Posted on Jan 24, 2011

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Follow the instructions in the fourth column of the instruction sheet. If you need a copy, you may download it at http://support.casio.com/storage/en/manual/pdf/EN/004/DJ-120D_Plus_etc_WB_EN.pdf

Mar 03, 2015 | Casio Desktop Calculator - DJ-220D

Put the calculator in scientific display mode (SHIFT>MODE(Setup)>FIX. You will be asked to enter the number of fixed decimal digits. Enter 2 for hundredths, and 3 for thousandths. To round to the nearest hundreds or the nearest thousands, do it by hand as follows.

**For hundreds **

Locate the hundred digit.** Let it be h. **

If the next digit (the tens digits is less than 5 replace the 10 and unit digits each by 0. Your result will look like ...h00.

If the 10s digit is 5 or above (5, 6, 7, 8, 9) you must round up by increasing the hundreds digits by 1. Your result will look like ...**(h+1)00**

**For thousands**

Let the thousand digits** be t**

If the hundreds digits to its right is less than 5, replace it and the digits following it by 0. Your result will look like ...**t000**.

If the hundreds digit is 5 or higher, increase the thousands digits by 1 and replace the hundreds, tens, and units digits by 0. You result will end with**(t+1) 000**

Note if**(h+1) or (t+1) give you 10, put a zero at their positions and increase the **digit to the left by 1.

Example. 78997 to the nearest hundreds 789**9**7 becomes 789(9+1)0 or 78(9+1)00 or **79000**

Locate the hundred digit.

If the next digit (the tens digits is less than 5 replace the 10 and unit digits each by 0. Your result will look like ...h00.

If the 10s digit is 5 or above (5, 6, 7, 8, 9) you must round up by increasing the hundreds digits by 1. Your result will look like ...

Let the thousand digits

If the hundreds digits to its right is less than 5, replace it and the digits following it by 0. Your result will look like ...

If the hundreds digit is 5 or higher, increase the thousands digits by 1 and replace the hundreds, tens, and units digits by 0. You result will end with

Note if

Example. 78997 to the nearest hundreds 789

May 22, 2014 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

There is none.

May 16, 2014 | Casio Brand New-Fx-991es Plus - Scientific...

This calculator does not have a separator for thousands, millions, etc. This feature may have seemed to the designers to be unimportant in a scientific calculator.

You can however change the decimal mark from the dot to the comma. To do that, press [SHIFT][Mode] to enter (Setup).

Press the Arrow down. In new screen look for**5:Disp**.

You can however change the decimal mark from the dot to the comma. To do that, press [SHIFT][Mode] to enter (Setup).

Press the Arrow down. In new screen look for

Nov 10, 2013 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Sorry, the fx-570ES Plus does not have the ability to insert thousands separators into numbers.

May 11, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Sorry, the fx-570ES Plus does not have the ability to insert thousands separators into numbers.

May 11, 2012 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Sorry but you cannot. You can change the decimal mark from dot to comma but you cannot have the calculator separate the digits between thousands (thousands separator).

Jan 24, 2012 | Casio FX570ES Scientific Calculator

Yes,it's possible to program the Fx-82es to separate the digits with the help of comma.

PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTION CAREFULLY.

If you make a mistake then please turn the calculator off and start over again.

====

Turn the calculator on.

GO TO Display setup screen

Disp 1

You will has two options

1 for DOT (that's not what you want)

2 for Comma (please press 2 and enter/triangle pointing to the right)

Please let me know are you able to get to setup mode and make the comma change on reply.

PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTION CAREFULLY.

If you make a mistake then please turn the calculator off and start over again.

====

Turn the calculator on.

GO TO Display setup screen

Disp 1

You will has two options

1 for DOT (that's not what you want)

2 for Comma (please press 2 and enter/triangle pointing to the right)

Please let me know are you able to get to setup mode and make the comma change on reply.

Jan 24, 2011 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Did you enter a dot as a separator for the thousands? If yes, this is the error. The calculator interprets all digits following the dot as fractions of decimals.

So you enter 220.000 meaning 220 thousand, your calculator gets it as 220 comma 0, and thats where your three zeros go...

To make it right, enter your numbers as 220000 - 100000 and you'll get 120000 as result.

So you enter 220.000 meaning 220 thousand, your calculator gets it as 220 comma 0, and thats where your three zeros go...

To make it right, enter your numbers as 220000 - 100000 and you'll get 120000 as result.

Jan 10, 2011 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

yes

you have to make power in put seprate then only you can make power seprate.

thank you

you have to make power in put seprate then only you can make power seprate.

thank you

Jan 26, 2008 | Panasonic SC-HT520 System

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